Patrons inside Wooley Bullys bar said the entire building shook when Gordon Milligan reportedly slammed his truck into the outside wall Sunday night.
But that was far from the only action of the evening, KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh reported.
After the crash the owner of watering hole in New Brighton, Pennsylvania, rushed outside. But Milligan seemed to have other things on this mind besides a smashed up vehicle and terrified customers.
He asked the bar owner for a drink, KDKA reported.
When the bar owner tried to prevent the 36-year-old from driving away before police arrived, KDKA said Milligan took off and crashed again, this time into a chain-linked fence.
Police said they found Milligan in the wrecked pickup, and he smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, and was unsteady on his feet, KDKA reported.
After he was arrested and placed inside a patrol car, police said Milligan began kicking the rear window; when they tried to stop him, Milligan kicked an officer in the chest, KDKA reported.
Milligan continued struggling with officers and refused to take a blood-alcohol test, police added. He was charged with driving under the influence, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, and resisting arrest, KDKA reported.
Milligan was in jail on $15,000 bond as of Tuesday, the station added.